Pete Cornish TB-83 DEPOSIT

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Pete Cornish TB-83 DEPOSIT


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Pete Cornish TB-83


Terms and Conditions: 

GREAT NEWS! Pete Cornish pedals are now typically on a build time quote of between 4 - 6 weeks. We are now also able to take orders for the Black, Battery Free units as well as the traditional Grey Series pedals.

Here at Charlie Chandler's Guitar Experience we take a non-refundable £25 deposit on each Pete Cornish Pedal in order to secure the item(s) place in the production queue. This is non-refunable if during the course of your order you choose to cancel.

Your deposit goes towards the final total of the bill and current prices can be found here on Pete Cornish's Price List -

The total amount for each individual pedal will reflect the current price on Pete Cornish's Website.

A maximum of one order per customer per pedal is inforced but customers are welcome to have more than one Pete Cornish Pedal type on order at the same time.


Please see below for the full description from the Pete Cornish Official website.

This is the original Pete Cornish Treble Boost designed and built by him from the early 1970s and still in production. This is the original version supplied to Brian May and can be heard on all Queen recordings. Pete is still using the same artwork for the circuit board and identical components are sourced from the original suppliers. Each pedal is individually hand made by Pete and Lynda Cornish from the etching of the circuit board through to the testing of the finished unit. No other person is involved in the production.

TB-83™ Technical Info

1) The TB-83™ was originally designed to be the interface between Burns Tri-Sonic pickups and the “Normal” input on vintage (pre Treble Boost) Vox AC30 amplifiers. 

2) Each TB-83 is individually numbered, signed and dated internally which provides full traceability and history. 

3) Due to the modular design of the TB-83™ all parts are replaceable if they become damaged. Please contact us if you wish to purchase replacement parts. 

4) The active circuitry is potted in semi-flexible resin as vital protection: a) against environmental conditions which can cause unwanted changes to the electronic circuitry and b) to eliminate the possibility of microphonic feedback that can occur when high gain devices are used in close proximity to amplifiers at full volume. Glass fibre PCBs are prone to resonant vibrations and our use of dense potting material increases the mass of the circuit board to place any possible resonances outside the audio frequency spectrum. 

5) The maximum output of the TB-83™ is +10dBm and the measured output noise with a 10Kohms source impedance is -82dBm giving a signal to noise ratio of 92dB. 

6) Battery life: current consumption is low (approximately 540μA) and the supplied Duracell “Procell” MN1604 should last up to 500 hours before noticeable loss of signal occurs. When it is apparent that the battery requires replacement remove the four Pozidrive #2 screws from the base plate, unclip the battery (noting carefully how the battery is located in the case) and fit the new one. Take care not to trap the battery wires under the base plate when it is reinstalled. 

7) Supplied free with each TB-83™ is an old (now obsolete) English Sixpence piece. This coin is the type used by Brian May as a guitar plectrum.